Neuroscience 2015

October 17-21, 9:30am - 5:30pm | McCormick Place, Chicago

Neuroscience 2015

October 17-21, 9:30am - 5:30pm

McCormick Place, Chicago

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The Single-Cell Connection 
Defining a new path to discovery in neurobiology

Single-cell analysis has revolutionized our understanding of neurological disorders and the complex network of disease development. Visit Fluidigm at Neuroscience 2015 to learn how high-throughput exploration of DNA, RNA and protein from individual neurons can reveal the critical mechanisms of underlying normal and disregulated function.

Fluidigm offers simple and flexible single-cell biology solutions to transform your neurobiology research today. Stop into booth #509 to discover the best tools for you.

Meet the Single-Cell Experts

 Callisto  Learn how the new Callisto™ cell culture system helps your design, optimize and execute live cell studies.
October 18, 19, 20
12:30 pm CDT
Booth #509

 C1 System   Learn how to rapidly characterize heterogeneity and identify critical cell populations with mRNA Sequencing HT on C1™.

 October 18, 19, 20
3:00 pm CDT
Booth #509


Hot Topics in Stem Cell Biology: A Christopher Reeve Foundation Event

Join us for an evening of stem cell biology breakthroughs and networking with peers and single-cell biology experts at this exclusive event, proudly sponsored by Fluidigm.

Monday, October 19
6:30–9:30 pm CDT
McCormick Place, S105
Food and beverages will be provided.

Fluidigm proudly continues its partnership with UCSF to discover new cell types in the developing neural cortex, which has yielded two seminal publications on C1 and important new single-cell technology such as Callisto and Helios™.


Related Technology Talks

Nanosymposium 202
Sunday, October 18
1:00–4:15 pm CDT
Location: N230

Presentation No. 202.02
Identifying subpopulations in iPSC-derived cortical neurons using single-cell analysis of gene expression

Presentation No. 202.08
Circuit-specific drug target identification by single-cell transcriptomics in adult rodent brain

Nanosymposium 557
Tuesday, October 20
1:00–4:00 pm CDT
Location: N230

Presentation No. 557.0
Ion channel gene expression and excitability of human and mouse ALS motor neurons at a single cell level


Posters featuring Fluidigm technology

Program # / Poster#

Location

Presentation time

Authors

Presentation Title

117. Molecular Mechanisms of Neural Differentiation 117.07/A28

Hall A

Sunday, October 18, 2015, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

J.A. Erwin

Single-cell analysis reveals that endogenous retrotransposons generates somatic mosaicism in the neurons and non-neuronal cells

205. Invertebrate Transmitter Signaling

Hall A

Sunday, October 18, 2015, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

A.B. Kohn

Single cell genome-wide analysis of ion channel expression in simpler neural circuits

295.20/B45

Hall A

Monday, October 19, 2015, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

H. Zhang

Highly purified adult astrocytes display diverse stimulus-dependent activation and cytokine secretion

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